Arusha, Tanzania
Mon-Sun: 07:00 - 18:00
14 Aug 2021


01. Ugali

This unique, polenta-like side dish is a Tanzanian favorite, traditionally served for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Made by rolling a tiny bit of creamy, thick cornmeal paste (made from cooked white maize) in a hand until it forms into a ball, and making an indentation in it with a thumb, ugali becomes an edible spoon that is often dipped into various stews and sauces.

The sign of a good ugali is that it doesn’t stick to your fingers. The whole thing is usually dipped in a savory sauce, then placed in the mouth for consumption. Ugali is more than just a taste, it is a food culture in itself. This dish is usually served with whatever meat is available, mashed vegetables, stews, or sour milk.

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11 Jun 2021


Approximately 38 percent of Tanzania’s land area is set aside in protected areas for conservation, and most of them are the main source of attraction in this beautiful country, the country has a good number of national parks as listed below:


Arusha National Park, once in Arusha the first national park you will encounter is the arusha national park, the park is found at the foot of mount meru, Arusha national park has a range of habitat where is a home of black and white colobus monkey, after your arrival at Kilimanjaro national park on your way to Arusha you will pass the road that head to Arusha National park.

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04 Jun 2021


Within the Africa’s Savannah there are three commonly known big cats from largest extant family Felidae namely Lion, cheetah and Leopard among them two are in the group of Africa big five animals which is Lion and Leopard, in Tanzania big cats are found in most of the parks, but they are found in big number on Serengeti national park, The big cats play a big vital role within the park’s ecosystem which is  to help control the population of the herbivorous especially the wildebeest.


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